What becomes a dance party legend? Scores of gay guys coming out of the woodwork to worship his beats. And so it was on Saturday, when a gay Atlanta favorite returned to the scene of his last slaying.
DJ Paulo (top photo, right) has a slew of followers in Atlanta, and just like last time – and the time before that, and the time before that, ad infinitum – he brought out the beefy boys, hairy bears and other creatures of the night to Heretic. The evening was also a birthday party for Alan Collins, the bar’s popular general manager.
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